As the summer begins to draw ever closer to autumn, Talkaoke lands in Burgess Park in Southwark for The Mix, a festival organised by the youth for the youth of Southwark. But on a fairly overcast day with rays of sun coming and going the chat remained constant around the table, with conversations on knife crime, gangs, how to raise your children, the apparent repression of the black community, and much much more. In Part 2 Mikey hands over the reigns to another eager host to have a go in the... Topics: talkaoke, the people speak, conversation, the mix, southwark, burgess park, knife crime, gang...
MPEG2 copy of C-SPANs broadcast of U.S. Senate Floor Footage for Monday 07th of April 2008captured by metavidView this stream with metadata on Metavid: Senate Proceeding 04-07-08 00Also see:GovTrack's Congressional Record for Senate Proceeding 04-07-08 00 Topics: U.S. Congress, U.S. Senate
This is episode 113 of crankygeeks. Here is the episode page description: Episode 113: Web 2.0 Conference, Ballmer Slams Vista, Are Mac Clones for Real?, iPhone Video Threat, and more... What's new in Episode 113 Today's Guests: Sebastian Rupley, Co-Crank, PCMagCast.com Dan Goodin, Reporter, The Register Garnett Lee, Managing Editor, 1Up.com The Topics: Web 2.0 Conference--Social Networking, Mashups, and More The Web 2.0 conference opened up Tuesday of this week, with about 7,000 people... Topics: crankygeeks, dl.tv, dltv, pcmag
http://endciv.com This short piece from “END:CIV” is a visual interpretation of Derrick Jensen’s Second Premise from ENDGAME: Traditional communities do not often voluntarily give up or sell the resources on which their communities are based until their communities have been destroyed. They also do not willingly allow their landbases to be damaged so that other resources—gold, oil, and so on—can be extracted. It follows that those who want the resources will do what they can to... Topic: endciv, submedia, derrick jensen, civilizaton, indigenous, resistance, columbus